Rebekah and Kevin's grey and pink shabby chic wedding is a perfect mix of laid back chill and glamorous styling. From her gorgeous pink ruffled Vera Wang gown to her husbands hand made marquee sign, you are sure to fall in love with this brides beautiful wedding day vision!
As always there are more images from Joy Michelle Photography in the full gallery here, and don't miss the budget break down of this grey and pink shabby chic wedding below!
Capturing Your Details
From Joy Michelle Photography: Rebekah has such an eye for style. Some were custom made and others were vintage finds. My favorite element of the whole day was her blush pink Vera Wang gown which she had hanging on a beautiful brass hanger! It looked incredible even on the hanger!
Rebekah allowed extra time in her schedule for me to document these details. Any brides planning your weddings out there? Remember to allow enough time for your photographer to capture all those special elements you worked hard to gather.
A Classic & Creative Day
Rebekah and Kevin wanted their day to be elegant and classic with lots of creative touches. The bridesmaids wore gray tulle skirts and Rebekah carried a beautiful oversized bouquet.
All You Need Is LOVE
Their reception space was set up with all white table settings, and decorated with calligraphy signs by Anchor Point Paper Co. The focal point of the space was a giant “love” marque sign (made by the groom) that hung behind the sweetheart table.
Read on to see how much this grey and pink shabby chic wedding cost. Please note that costs change as the years go by, and prices are subject to change. This is just one couple’s breakdown to give you a rough estimate on how much a wedding like this may cost you.
Budget was a huge part of my wedding because my husband and I payed for most of it! My parents payed for food and flowers: my mom went to the flower market in DC to hand pick flowers and arrange them herself (because she is amazing at that) and then we chose a caterer to fit our menu (we had specific food we wanted that meant something to us so we found a caterer that would make our food).
-vintage rental $1,000
-bathroom rental $1,000
-string quartet $600
-decor $2,000 (vases, votives, candles, cups, table cloths we bought and will resell)
-dress $2,000 (with alterations)
-Love marquee sign we made $600
-dishes, cups & plates $1,100